A Great Trip Needs An Extraordinary Destination ...Hallo Bay? ABSOLUTELY

Monday, February 14, 2011

WEATHER: Monday 02.14.11

February Daily Weather Report
Hallo Bay * Homer

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Latitude 58.34.063 * Longitude 153.54.052
Weather Conditions:   Mostly sunny, except mostly cloudy with scattered snow showers along the Alaska Peninsula. Highs zero to 10F above (-17.8c to -12.2c). Lows zero to -15F below (-17.8c to -26.1c), except zero to 15F above (-17.8c to -9.4c) along the western capes and Alaska Peninsula. Wind N 15 to 30 mph, becoming NW 10 to 25 mph. Local gusts to 50 mph in the morning. Wind chills to -35F below (-37.2c) in the morning
Actual Sunrise:   9:00 AM AKST
Actual Sunset:    6:11 PM AKST
Civil Twilight Sunrise:   8:16 AM
Civil Twilight Sunset:   6:54 PM
Moon Rise:    1:27 PM
Moon Set:     7:12 AM

Lat/Lon: 59.7° N 151.5° W

Weather Conditions:   Clear and sunny
Visibility:   10 miles
Ceiling:   Unlimited
Wind:   NE 10 to 20 mph, except N 15 to 25 mph around Kachemak Bay after midnight
Wind Gusts:   30 to 45 along Cook Inlet and Kachemak Bay, diminishing in the afternoon
Predicted Temps:   HIGHS:  5F to 15F (-15c to -9.4c)

LOWS:  -5F below to -15F below (-20.6c to -26.1c)
Barometric Pressure:   29.86 Rising
Humidity:   43%
Actual Sunrise:   8:45 AM AKST
Actual Sunset:   5:55 PM AKST
Civil Twilight Sunrise:   8:01 AM
Civil Twilight Sunset:   6:39 PM
Moon Rise:   1:10 PM
Moon Set:   6:58 AM
Moon:   Photobucket Waxing Gibbous, 84% of Moon illuminated
Length of Visible Daylight:   10h 37m

Length of Day:   9h 10m
Tomorrow will be 5m 16s longer
Have a Safe Day!
THIS DATE IN ALASKA HISTORY:   February 14, 1931 -
The Federal and Territorial Building, now the State Capitol at Juneau, was formally dedicated

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